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In season one of the FX TV series Tyrant , Jamal Al-Fayeed became president of the (fictional) Middle Eastern country of Abbudin, following the death of his father Khaled Al-Fayeed, whose dictatorship made him feared and hated by his own people. Given the public’s dislike of the Al-Fayeed family, Jamal faced an uphill battle in taking over as leader. When Bassam returned home with his family for his nephew’s wedding, he saw that Jamal was being led down the same tyrannical path left by their father. Such betrayal made Jamal even more determined to dig in his heals and lead Abbudin. That, in turn, gave actor Ashraf Barhom, who plays Jamal, a host of new and welcome acting challenges when reprising his role for Tyrant ’s current second season. “Starting back to work on season two was very interesting for me and I was wondering about and looking forward to seeing how my character would further develop and what new details would be revealed about him,” says Barhom, taking a break from... “Jamal is facing a number of new challenges this season, the biggest one of which is not having his brother Bassam [Adam Rayner] as a companion. As president, my character is now forced to walk this path alone and deal with the issue of how to lead his country and resolve all of its problems, again, without Bassam. “In facing such a challenge, it helps him grow as a president and Jamal learns to lead in a very strict or determined way, which is almost like a victory for him in that he learns to have faith in himself. He wants to prove that he can be a successful president and leader on his own, but Jamal is finding it difficult to go out there without Bassam and actually achieve some of the goals he wants. The workload and challenges associated with such a position of power are quite big for one man, and Jamal needs the right people, including Bassam, by his side. One of Jamal’s loyalist and most influential supporters is his uncle and late father’s brother, General Tariq Al-Fayeed (Raad Rawi), the country’s top military leader. When it comes to dealing with those opposing the Al-Fayeed regime, the general does not hesitate to choose the most direct, and typically the most brutal, route in order to accomplish the. Source: www.themortonreport.com
As a leader, you look to your conscience to guide you when making decisions, especially those that impact others. Sometimes, though, that is easier said than done, especially in the world of politics, where complex, delicate and often dangerous factors
Last year, the FX drama "Tyrant" was one of the most overheated programs on TV, in the best sense of the word. The addictive show focuses on two brothers. Jamal (Ashraf Barhom) is the hot-tempered president of Abuddin, a fictional Middle Eastern nation.
RT @rosalindrotundo: @MoranAtias you and Ashraf Barhom The best actors! Tell him since he doesn't have twitter I think! 07/19/15, @ladyjessparis
Okay I'm caught up on #TyrantFX. This season is absolutely killer. The most underrated show on television. Ashraf Barhom is brilliant. 07/19/15, @WV_FreeThinker
RT @MJab5: Ashraf Barhom is everything that makes Tyrant worth watching. 07/17/15, @SoaringRtHawk
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ashraf Barhom is an Israeli Arab actor from Tarshiha, which is in Galilee. He has starred in Paradise Now and The Syrian Bride. In 2007, he gained critical recognition for appearing alongside Jamie Foxx in the movie The Kingdom as Col. Faris Al-Ghazi. He has since appeared in Israeli films such as Ahava Colombianit (Colombian Love) and Lebanon. He is also notable for starring in the movie Agora portraying Ammonius the 5th century AD Alexandrian parabalani monk. His current role is in the remake of the film Clash of the Titans as the bounty hunter Ozal.
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Ashraf Barhom, Actor: The Kingdom. Ashraf Barhom was born in Galilee, Israel. He is an actor, known for The Kingdom (2007), Agora (2009) and Clash of the Titans (2010).
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Ashraf Barhom was born in Galilee, Israel. He is an actor, known for The Kingdom (2007), Agora (2009) and Clash of the Titans (2010).